Cell phone and dating
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What’s a person to do without knowing the proper cell phone etiquette for dating?!
Young adults, ages 25-34 average more than 2000 a month!
Today, you can ask someone out, break up, break up again, argue for three hours, all via text messages. We used to have a Walkman, a video camera, a regular camera, a huge flashlight and a computer, but now, they’re all in one small cell phone. With that being said, cell phones can and are stunting many people’s social skills, conversational skills, and especially their dating lives.
Look Up Texting does not help you to really know a person, but rather, only ‘Sometimes, they are very different people in person than behind a screen.
Remember the days when we used to actually call people on the phone to talk? People 14-24 years of age send an average of more than 3,500 texts a month (over 120 a day).
Show the other person that they are more important than an incoming text, phone call, or Facebook notification. Contemplate the other person and how things are going. Or, just be content to enjoy a few minutes of silence. Let’s live more in the real world than the virtual one we create, and we will have better, more lasting relationships.